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whichavar applias. 

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filmaga. 

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papiar aat imprimaa aont filmaa an commancant 
par la pramiar plat at an tarminani toil par la 
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d'impraaaion ou d'illuairation at »n tarminant par 
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at da haut an baa. an pranant la nombra 
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Orar $50,000,000 will ba tpnt in pnblio 
works within th« nut (iv« jmn m {ol- 
lowt : 

Harbcur lmpr«vfm«nto . . .fM.NO.ON 

QutbK Bridg* IO,IN,ltO 

M»w Buildlngt I4M.IN 

• «iw Dry DMk 7,I00,IN 

Oram EUvaUn .. I,(00,(N 

Railway Tarmlntia 4,N0.000 

Beal Eatate haa inereaaad bom 16 p.e. to 
60 p.e. in two yeua. 

Til* oomplation of the Qnabee Bnlw will 
attract millioDS of cdght-seen. It will have 
the longest span oi any bridge in the 
V orld. 

The new Allan, White Star ud C.N.B. 
eteamahipa will make Qnebao their iermini. 

Quebec ia deatined to be the big port of 
the big ahips. 

Quebec ia the graateat railroad eentiw in 
EaRi«m Canada, with aaven big railroads 
(onnecting it with the American Contin- 
ent, and two building towarda it. 

It ia, and will be, the centre of the Pulp 
and Paper industry of the Piovinoe. 

Quebec has the tineat hotel m AnMrioa, 
soon to be enlarged by a million dollar es- 
tenaion. 



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It it Canadt'i Natand Hubonr, ud Um 
only Mf« dMp water port at th* hud of 
th* St. LswMnM Rivw, on* o( tho bw 
DOrtt in Um world whoro tho larfcit thipi 
•floiU ou dock without MiiatMiM. 

Qn«bM'* eotton mumfaotorinc industry 
if to bo doublad. 

Elaotrie pow«r (or largo maaufaeturinc 
induitriaa can iM had M 1«m than $S8.00 
par horM-p4ww. 

(«a«bM'a iohools and ooUecw ara aqnal to 
KM in othar eitiaa. 

Qnabae baa ona of tha foivmoat nniver- 
■itiaa kx Amarioa. 

Quabao't maaufaetoriea ahow a largo in- 
eraaaa in bniinaaa for last year. 

Tha opaning of tha Qnabao A Stgaanay 
Railway will bring Qnabao in touch with 
6S milaa of now Eaatam lenitory. 

Tha building of tha now Dry Dock wiU 
bring a largo ahip-bnilding plant. 

Tha Tranaoontinantal workahopa to b* 
built at Cap Louga will amploy ovar 1,000 
maohanioa ; tbia maani 10,000 additional 
population. 

Hundrada of thousands of dollar* will ba 
spant by tha Battlafialds Commi«ian in 
amba lli a hing Quabae with a fiaa boularaid 
and park. 



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The improTMl lUI* of our Mtionkl Ligh- 
wtyi will tttrMt tboaMad* of Mtomobik 
pwtiw, Qncboe bainf • fitr of (nst hi«- 
torie inte'Mt. 

Quoboe hM Um pnttiMt th«ati« in 
Cuiad*. 

Ov«r on* hnndrad d«w tolaphoBM in 
month hftTO been in«t«Ued in Quebee dar- 
ing the pMt 0f(aen months, whilv the in- 
crMM in telephonee in the city dnrinf lael 
year wu over IS p.e. 

Qnebee has now the onlj lifU fMtorjr 
in r.uiil%. It hM •]«) the larteil eu- 
tridge factory in the Dominion. Within 
• year or two it will have the largeet 
arsenal in America. 

A new Harbour ComnuMion consisting of 
three ol Quebec's leading business men, 
William ?rioe, Chairman, Sas been lately 
appointed, and will have eniire eharge of 
the harbour imjiroTements. 

Quebec has had two eonssoutive success- 
ful Provincial Exhibitions. The grounds 
and buildings are now owned by the City, 
and these exhibitions will be mad* annual 
events. 

Over a quarter of a million people from 
all parts of the world annually visit the 
Shrine of St. Anne a few miles below 
Quebec. This enormous influx oi pilgrims 
passes throvigh the city. 

C ^beo's franchise increase this year is 
4,8i2i votes, an inoreaae of over 88 1-8 p.c. 



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Quebec hMincwwed iu mwy «.nior. 
Mill 0/ CoidiM HaiOM by two moN 
bciutiful worki of 4rt. 

8«vor«l thouiMwd immigninU knd Trwu- 
Atlantic PMwneer. .rriv, .t Quebec every 
wwk in lammer. 

HiindreHi of thouMods of dollart have 
own ipent in etreet paving. Qoebee b 
now one of the beet p.ved and cl-nert 

Quebec'e fame in iporting oirclea waa 

8.?„»'rk'S!l!5 "•?■'?.' "' *•>• Province. 
Several hundroda of thonaandt of doUara 
«re now being ipeot enlarging the palatial 
aovemincnt Buildingf. " " " »»»•■"■' 
A now electrical company haa been atart- 
•d during the year. Quebec c«, now bwlrt 
01 two electrical companiea 

Ii«h J";!, 'p* •'i"" »f''«P»P«». thwe pub- 
lanmw. ' "" '" "•• ^"•"•^ 

It is the gateway of the vaat busting aod 
nshinu territory to the north and eaat. 
ihoiisonds of aportsoMn annually imm 
through the city on their way to their 
regpective leaerrea. 

Quebec give* the world a leaaon in muni- 
cipal building, the preaent City HaU being 
built at a mmimum cost through the per- 
sonal supervision of ito progressive and en- 
terprising Mayor. 

Quebec haa several ferry servioea aoioaa 
the river, in addition to • modem car 
torry, which service will be increased by 
another next year. 



Th« fwight b'viMH of Um local r»i> 
w»jr» hu inerMMo tw«nt]r-B«« to flfty dm 

0«nt thu JTMT. 

Qiivboc hM the laigcst cornet fact*, y in 
the British Kmpire. 

, OnebM hu ob» of th« flsMt protMnadei 
in tb« world : Dufferin Torraoe. 
«J^ ^Z ^^1F oompMiy i« de sloping 10.- 
009 HP. within • f.w milea of QuelMo. 

n , ** '" »P«''«t>«n D«it ramoMr. 

"^l. •?}•*• <»«nP*niea htT* made anor- 
mouidiTidandtdnrin he paat few yean 
Ona haa paid iu Uii>ital in full, and ia 
"«* P»ymg 40 p.c. npon ita "watand" 
^oek, which ia aalling at ovar SUO.OO par 

«J2??«Jf'V '••*">«'<>' power fr> borrow 
SSOO.OOO for tha parehaaa of lar to offer 
to new induttriea locating hara. 

Within SO milea are tha aabeatoa minea. 
which aapply 90 per cent of tha worWa 
coMwnption, a large qnantity of which ii 
•hipped from Quebec. 

^ •™«»'«>n ot Ungaya. now known 
aa Maw Qoebec, will inereaaa trade in tha 
city. 

I"?* "^H^^""! ••'"* •» Montmorency ia 
making 100,000 high grade bricks perday. 

Fonrtaen chartered banks operate in 
Quebec, four of which, with an author- 
•*!!■*_?'"*'■ of $19,000,000. aia Quebec 
nwtitutiona. There are thirty banking 
branohea in the city. 

More than twenty-four ateamboato ply 

to and from Quebec. 

Soina forty ateam traina and sixty 

etectno traina enter and leave Quebec 



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Why Advertise in 
The Daily Telegraph? 



IT HAS iteadily forged ahead for 39 
yean. 

IT IS the most widely read newspaper in 
Quebec. 

IT IC the only English evening paper In 
Quebec. 

IT IS the only Independent paper Eait 
of Montreal. 

IT hat spent over $1(0,000 In handsome 
publications advertising Quebec. 

IT IS the only dally newspaper with • 
sworn circulation. Booics open to ad- 
vertisers. 

IT IS now In a home costing over 
$100,000.00 and believed to be the most 
modern fire proof newspaper building 'n 
Canada. 

IT IS used by all societies, of every na- 
tionality and denomination, auctioneers 
and those who desire to reach the hornet 
of Quebecers. 

IT IS read by all leading French-Cana- 
dians. More "Telegraphs" are sold In 
French news depots than other daily 
newspapers, French or English. 

IT IS not influenced by any political or 
financial Interests, but Is fearless, out- 
spoken and independent In its opinions 
and therefore represents the people and 
the manufacturing and Industrial Insti- 
tutions. 

IT promoted '»he first successful Winter 
Carnival ; Reduced the price of Gas 
from $2.00 to $1.00 ; Reorganized the 
Civic Health Board ; Proposed and pro- 
moted the Quebec Tercentenary, The 
Telegraph Road Rteo, Ac, Ac.